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Montway Auto Transport launches a digital platform


B2B logistics company Montway Auto Transport announced Monday, August 1, the launch of a new digital platform, the Montway Automation Portal (MAP), aimed at increasing efficiency for shippers and carriers.

The platform will also enable greater visibility for inbound and outbound vehicles to strengthen inventory management, and help manage and reduce transportation costs, Montway said in its press release.

MAP is built on proprietary technology that leverages market-based pricing and a streamlined transportation management system. Depending on the version, users can get pricing, book orders, and track units in real time by entering VINs.

The service will also offer a way to access public tracking links, which users can share with end customers, and it will also offer on-demand pricing and a central location to store digital recordings.

“The challenges keep mounting for dealerships, auctions, rental car companies and other businesses that rely on vehicle movement and our commercial customers want innovations to help them gain a competitive edge” , said Mike Trudeau, executive vice president of business development. “The Montway Automation portal provides the transparency they need to better manage inventory and increase speed for consumers.”

All of this comes as the broader transportation and logistics industry has lagged behind the digital trends that have helped other industries modernize.

Last year, PYMNTS wrote that Montway had partnered with Ship.Cars, which works with digital solutions for automotive transportation, to help Montway customers gain additional hauling capacity and put more light on the market. emphasis on post-shipment visibility and automation.

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Ship.Car’s goal is to “simplify and streamline” the entire transportation process for stakeholders through user-friendly technologies.

Through this partnership, Montway and its customers gained access to the Ship.Cars suite of products, including PlayMate, Market Load Board, Carrier TMS for real-time updates for car carrier partners and a new portal customer.

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